Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
TV, Comic Books
Brett White is a comedian living in New York City. He is a writer for the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre sketch team Everything Rabbits.
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Enchantress or Hela could appear in the Asgardian's next film; Christian Bale confirms that Ben Affleck is Batman and more.
James McAvoy opens up about which one of his X-colleagues has the suckiest mutant power.
David Tennant's mind-controlling Kilgrave sneaks into the latest poster for Netflix's upcoming Marvel series.
From "The Flash" and "Arrow" to "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", Brett White puts his college degree to work and shows how "Buffy" made it all possible.
In addition to the man in yellow, Barry Allen will also be reunited with his father in the episode titled "Gorilla Warfare."
The clip also sheds more light on Barry Allen's injury after this week's episode.
Like with the first film, James Gunn has given Vin Diesel a special "Guardians of the Galaxy" script; Gadot shows off her workout and more.
New photos for next week's episode of "Gotham" feature the first look at Tommy Flanagan's character, the Knife.
Witness the new Spider-Man's origin story unfold -- and be sure to stick around after the credits.
Gerry Duggan is the next guest for X-Position and CBR wants your questions for the "Uncanny Avengers" and "Deadpool" writer.
Coulson and Price's alliance hits a rough patch in next week's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."; things heat up in new "iZombie" promo and more.
The reveal connects a few of Marvel's "All-New, All-Different" dots while raising a few interesting questions.
The first footage from the 2016 "X-Men" film will achieve maximum visibility by running before Episode VII.
The look at Episode VII will air during the network's massively popular Thursday night lineup, as revealed by Shonda Rhimes.
The "Dirty Dozen"-inspired limited series will spin out of events from the ongoing Deadpool series.
Adam McKay says he's talked to Paul Rudd about the "Ant-Man" sequel; Gina Carano reveals how she fought the CG mutant and more.
The "Watchmen" and "Supernatural" star will play the bat-wielding villain in the zombie drama's sixth season.
Following the comics' translation into English, the publisher and film studio will team-up to develop the graphic novels into feature films.
Bradley Cooper's confused comments about the "Dark-Lord's" father are put in context by writer/director James Gunn.
WB Animation and DC Entertainment have announced when the Bat-family-focused feature will swing into stores.